2019 Honda Civic Hatchback vs. 2019 Toyota Corolla
The Honda Civic platform has been in direct competition with Toyota’s Corolla lineup since both were first introduced to North American buyers. For the new model year, a comparison between the 2019 Honda Civic Hatchback vs. 2019 Toyota Corolla shows marked improvements by both vehicles. The 2019 Honda Civic Hatchback faces a new challenge since the Corolla is now available in a hatchback version of its own. Meridian Honda customers can choose from five trim grades for the 2019 Honda Civic Hatchback, LX, Sport, EX, EX-L Navi and Sport Touring. When compared to the current Corolla model, the 2019 Civic Hatchback demonstrates clear advantages over the current Corolla in terms of performance, cargo space and available technology. Customers can schedule a test drive with the 2019 Honda Civic Hatchback, by calling, 601-693-4651.
Hatchback vehicles gained prominence for being efficient, nimble and convenient to use for cargo-hauling. The 2019 Honda Civic Hatchback has a noticeable advantage in cargo space each available version of the 2019 Toyota Corolla – including the new hatchback. When passengers are using the back seat in the 2019 Civic Hatchback, there is still 25.7 cubic-feet of cargo volume available. The 2019 Corolla sedan doesn’t offer this much, nor does Toyota’s new hatchback. The disparity becomes clearer when the rear seats of the new Civic Hatchback back are folded down and up to 46.2 cubic-feet becomes available. The other place where the 2019 Civic Hatchback is able to outpace the 2019 Corolla is available technology. Trims of the five-door Honda Civic platform above the entry-level LX model come with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ compatibility.
|2019 Civic Hatchback||Vs.||2019 Toyota Corolla|
|Turbo., 1.5-L, 4-Cyl.||Engine||1.8-L, 4-Cyl.|
|46.2 cu.-ft.||Max. Cargo Volume||18 cu.-ft. (hatchback)|
All versions of the 2019 Honda Civic Hatchback coming to the Meridian Honda will use the same turbocharged, 1.5-liter, four-cylinder engine. The LX, EX and EX-L trims are attached to a continuously variable transmission and will make 174 horsepower and 162 pound-feet of torque. Sport and Sport Touring versions are available with the CVT or a six-speed manual transmission. Both Sport labeled trims will make 180 horsepower. This level of output eclipses what the standard powertrain of the 2019 Corolla sedan makes, which tops out at 132 horsepower, with the new Toyota Corolla Hatchback making up to 168 horsepower.